KOKRAJHAR, FEB 24: A three member delegation team of recently formed interim council of Bodo Kochary Welfare Autonomous Council (BKWAC) led it’s deputy chief executive member Romeo P Narzary visited at the Thulungapuri Dotma Samadhi and offered rich floral tribute to Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma, former president of the All Bodo Students Union on Wednesday Kokrajhar district.
The BKWAC was created through the spirit of clause 5.3 of the historic BTR (Bodoland Territorial Region) accord signed in a tripartite peace talks on 27th January in 2020 for bringing the welfare and development of the Bodo peoples who are residing in the 22 districts of Assam (outside of BTR areas).
Other two executive members of BKWAC accompanied with Narzary were Mahipal Boro and Dasarath Boro.
On Wednesday, a 14 member’s interim council of the BKWAC under the leadership of Mihiniswar Basumatary (chief executive member) took oath of office and secrecy in Janata Bhawan in Guwahati.
Narzary told that BKWAC team rushed the Thulungapuri Dotma to offer rich tribute to Bodofa who had dreamt for a great Bodo master race in the world and today the Bodo community got a political arrangement in the state of Assam through the BTR accord.
He said that the Bodo peoples are getting a political right and developmental aspects through the formation in BKWAC council.
He said that his council has been emphasizing a healthy development and welfare aspects for the peoples from the Bodo community who are residing in 22 districts of the state.
Narzary has extended sincere thanks to the chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Health and Family welfare minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma and central government for formation of BKWAC council for paving the way healthy development and welfare in the state.
He has sought cooperations from all sections of the society while uplifting the integration as well carrying unity in days to come.